Our expert says:
Buying a house together is a BIG step of trust in someone, and may really not have been a wise step, in this situation, but much depends on the other situations, the extent of his deception and the way he caused you hurt, and his reactions to that. And that you have not revealed to us.
I don't understand why any shrink should feel it was their duty to help you trust this person again. Yes, it makes sense to help someone regain the ability to trust AT ALL, to trust people worthy of that trust. But to train someone for unconditional trust is merely to make them needlessly vulnerable.
SHouldn't it have been HIM who saw a shrink, to understand how he bahaved in that way, and to learn how not to do so ?
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